Q: What is the area of 100m squared?

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40 metersFormula: Area = side2side = square root of Area = √100 = 10mPerimeter = 4 * side = 4 * 10m = 40m

If the area is 10000m2, each side has length 100m Therefore the perimeter is 4*100m = 400m

It depends. Some would say 100 metre squared is 100m * 100m so the side would be 100m. Others would say that 10m*10m = 100 sq metres which could be written as 100 m2. So the side should be 10 m. Sorry, but this is where loose use of the English language does not help.

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Assuming the warehouse is a rectangle, the perimeter would be 100m + 60m + 100m + 60m = 320m.The area is 100m * 60 m = 6,000 sq m.

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The hectare is a measure of area. 1 hectare is equivalent in area to a 100m square, that is, a square 100m x 100m 1 hectare=100x100 square metres = 10,000m2.